Investigating the birth of the Suprematist movement, this essay travels through the artist's professional life, his artistic growth, and the ebb and flow of Malevich's popularity in Russia and abroad. Matthew Drutt focuses on Malevich as a singular artist, as an influential teacher, and as an isolated visionary struggling with hostile Soviet bureaucracy and the overwhelming domination of realist academies at the time.
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